Granville William Glezen, Jr. September 26, 1935 ~ May 21, 2012

Granville William Glezen, Jr. 75, of Fayetteville passed away Monday, May 21, 2012 in Fayetteville.  He was born September 26, 1935 in Beaumont, Texas the son of Granville William, Sr. and Addie Bell Glezen.

He was retired as an Professor of Accounting with the University of Arkansas.

Survivors include his wife, Sylvia Glezen of the home; 2-sons, Paul F. Glezen of Huntington Beach, CA and John H. Glezen of Woodbine, MD; 2-granchildren, Tommy and Jenny Glezen of CA.

Memorial Services will be announced at a later date.

Cremations arrangements are by Beard’s Funeral Chapel in Fayetteville.

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    Frances Wimberly Alberto » 28. May, 2012

    Bubba is part of dear memories growing up in Beaumont, Texas. Charlie and I send Love and prayers to you Sylvia and your family—especially Paul and John.

    Pat Nichols Reed » 28. May, 2012

    Very sorry to learn our SPHS classmate passed away…May God give you the courage to
    endure….Once again am very sorry for your lost.

    May God Be With You.

    John Morrison » 30. May, 2012

    My deepest sympathy on your loss. Granville – Bubba – and I were in school together at South Park in Beaumont, Texas, from the first through 12th grades. I am grateful that I called him a couple of years ago as my wife and I passed through Fayetteville on our way to our home in Missouri. May your sadness be softened by memories of a life well lived and a man who loved all of you.

    Amy » 28. Jun, 2012

    My name is Amy Tarver i was a caregiver for Bill and Sylvia for months. I was crushed to hear the news. They are extraordinary people and was so good to me. They made me feel at home and welcomed me as if i was another grand daughter. I am so sorry for your loss they will be greatly missed